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Patti Engler Memorial Fund: Young Horseriding Instructor Succumbs to Heart Attack

Michele's Story: Health Education Specialist Ignored Own Symptoms of Heart Attack

Angela's Story: Chest Pain Prompts Successful Weight Loss; Lifestyle Changes

Shirley's Story: Breast Cancer Treatment led to Heart and Lung Problem

Veronica's Story: Quick Response to Milder Heart Symptoms Led to Woman's Survival

Jeanne's Story: Holiday Cookies Bring Memories of Mom

Jenifer's Story: Young Mother of Twins Struggles with Peripartum Cardiomyopathy

Carolyn's Story: Nurse Recognized for Leading Effort in Fight against Women's Heart Disease

Antoinette's Story: Teen Finds Support for a Healthy Lifestyle and Wellness at 'TEEN ESTEEM'

Lois' Story: Survivor Finds Life Mission to Avocate for Other Women with Heart Disease

Jean's Story: Morning Weakness and Retching, Signals Heart Attack

Tami's Story: Woman suffers Heart Attack after taking "Natural Diet Pills" and Ephedrine

Marguerite's Story: African American Women Need to Learn About Their Risks

Robin's Story: Surviving Heart Surgery

Cindy's Story: Stroke Survivor Turns Beauty Queen

Mrs. Hatcher's Story: Coordinated Stroke Care Saves Woman's Life

Dolores' Story: We Cry for Noreen -Long QT Heart Rhythm and Preventable Death

Joan's Story: Dizziness and Weakness Signal Heart Disease

Anne Marie's Story: Dyslipidemia Erases Estrogen Protection

Marie's Story: Stomach Distress Can Be A Sign of Heart Disease

Beverly's Story:Extreme Fatigue – A Common Symptom of Heart Disease

 

   

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